Public Art City of Shoreline #17: Livable City

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Photo by Jerry Pickard

City of Shoreline Public Art Collection
45 poles in the area of Aurora Avenue between N 175th St and N 185th St
1% for Art Program 2011

Livable City  Kathleen Fruge-Brown, artist. Digital print on fabric from three sets of original linoleum block prints

Artist’s statement: In designing the Livable City street banners, I tried to distill the qualities that make Shoreline’s Town Center unique. The bustle of commerce along the Aurora corridor, its neighborhoods and side streets, the verdant trees, bluffs, and waters that surround it — all of these have their part in Shoreline Town Center’s distinctive character. The designs, taken from my hand-carved block prints, incorporate images that celebrate the values and beauties of this very livable city.

--Text courtesy City of Shoreline


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